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Drug house near Aldergrove school

A home near an Aldergrove elementary school was selling marijuana, meth, cocaine and ecstasy.

Langley RCMP raided the premises in the 27000 block of 32 Avenue on Wednesday, Aug. 3, across the street from a local school.

Drug section investigators arrested six people inside the residence, one of them described as a young person (under the age of 18).

Shortly before the officers moved in, they arrested one adult leaving the premises with a half pound of marijuana.

Inside the officers found a sawed-off and loaded .22 calibre rifle, four bullet-proof vests and about $5,000 in cash.

They also seized about 20 grams of cocaine, 10 grams of methamphetamine, 225 ecstasy tablets and more than two ounces of marijuana.

Two of the six are to appear in court in November of this year.

In a written statement, the Langley RCMP said they “anticipate additional arrests will be made in relation to this investigation.”

 

 

 

 

 

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